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First certified learning practitioner induction a success


Trainerbase, The Association for Learning Practitioner held its first public certified learning practitioner (CLP) induction day workshop. The day was attended by both members and non members of and was hailed a great success and an enlightening day for participants.

The CLP induction day is a show case for trainers, developers and advisers to better understand the concept of the Standard for Learning Practitioners. The Standard is a competency model that enables TrainerBase to assure purchasers of training that a certified learni9ng practitioner is good at what they do. "And the day is a key part of our awareness raising strategy and shows interested individuals how process of accreditation works," commented Peter Mayes, chief executive of TrainerBase.

Those attending were involved in a number of activities including real CLP candidate assessment. Mike Mortby and Mike Morrison undertook the final part of their accreditation; a 20 minute learning activity to a group of eager participants.

"Feedback from the day has been very encouraging" said Heather Girling, director of TrainerBase. Paul commented "I think you have developed a robust and useful standard that will help us as learning professionals think about what we need to do to sharpen the saw".

The next induction day with two more candidates conducting their assessment is 4 July. TrainerBase will be running more in September and December. For further details contact [email protected]. To register an interest visit


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